How-to pull from existing svn repository and update git branch on local machine?

I am trying to connect to a local (vpn) network svn repository and update a local git branch with updates.

SVN server is local (vpn)

sourcetree is on Mountain Lion

I have version 4 and created a branch and brought all of older version over and want to update from SVN server to get a sourcetree current branch on my Mac.

Thanks

Torsten

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SourceTree only supports SVN via git-svn or hgsubversion, not local Subversion checkouts.

For information on how to set up Subversion on Mountain Lion, please see these KB articles:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/SOURCETREEKB/git-svn+problems+on+Mountain+Lion

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/SOURCETREEKB/Hgsubversion+bindings+errors+on+Mountain+Lion

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